Cutpurse - Originating in back alleys and played by thieves and other unsavory types, Cutpurse has made its way into local taverns and gambling establishments.
Cutpurse is a simple game played with two six sided dice by any number of players for stakes. Each player rolls a die, with the highest throwing first in the game and the lowest "setting the point". The player with the lowest roll throws a die again, and the number rolled becomes the point number.
Each player in turn rolls the dice and scores one for every occurrence of the point number. A player who rolls a double point number scores 3 points instead of 2. The first player to reach 11 points wins the game.
A variant of Cutpurse known as Rogue or Thief is played with two 4 sided dice. Rolling a double point number in this game however counts as 0 points and requires you to add a set amount to the pot.
This game requires two 4 or 6 sided dice (2d4, 2d6). This game is based on dice game known as Passage.